WOMEN'S ADVENTURE FILM TOUR
VISION NOWHERE (Snowboarding) USA- 4 min.
Japan. Is there a single country that has become as iconic in the snow-riding world of late? Riding powder defines the winter experience and Japan, it seems, has it in spades. Light, dry, deep powder. And the best way to ride that powder is to find un-tracked lines by touring the country’s incredible terrain. Maude Raymond, Taylor Godber, Caley Vanular and Elena Hight did just that last winter and needless to say, they scored in the most spectacular way.
MOKSHA: (Mountain Biking) USA- 26 min.
Moksha is a film that follows three Nepali women who have dedicated themselves to spreading the joy that mountain biking can give to women across the Himalayas. Follow these young women as they compete in mountain bike races across the Asian continent, claim titles as the first female MBLA certified mountain bike guides in Nepal, and most importantly witness the impact these women leave as role models for other Nepali women and girls. This authentic and moving film shows their balance of adventure with cultural and family obligations while pushing for a much more gender and socially equitable society in their home country.
PERSIAN POWDER: (Snowboarding)- Belgium- 13 min.
Take a cultural journey with us as we profile professional snowboarder, Mona Seraji, plying her trade in her home mountains of Iran. Haunting music accompanies this unique glimpse into a little-known, winter playground for skiers and sliders alike.
DISCOVERING ADVENTURE: (Family Adventuring) Norway- 11 min.
Discovering Adventure is a film project documenting a 5-year old girl, Isabelle, traveling with her family to Norway on her biggest adventure yet. Along the way she's learning the skills to be an explorer and adventurer, but most importantly she's learning about herself. With her father Tim who's also a professional paragliding pilot, and down-to-earth mom, Maile, the family set sail into the Arctic Circle in search of a winter wonderland to sail, fly, camp, ski and explore together.
LIFE OF PIE: (Life) USA- 11 min.
The balance between marriage, mountain biking, living up to the standards of small town expectations and pizza might be more difficult than you think.. This brand new collaboration between Felt Soul Media and Patagonia showcases the beauty of the single track-laced area outside of Fruita, CO, and how two women have found love for each other, their surrounding public lands, and the members of the small town they have adopted as their home. ADULT LANGUAGE!
FINDING THE LINE: (Skiing) Australia- 15 min.
A film about fear, its paralyzing grip on humans and how it affects our decision-making. In this documentary film, Olympian and X Games Slopestyle champion Anna Segal and her Freeride World Tour, big mountain skiing sister, Nat Segal, use their skiing to understand fear and how it manifests in the two siblings’ lives.
SURFING TO COPE: (Surfing) USA- 26 min.
Take a quick look at Brianna Cope and you’ll see a girl who has it all: beauty, athleticism, an idyllic life in Hawaii and the chance to be the best in her sport. While all of this is true, there is more to Brianna Cope. Follow Brianna’s attempt to make the WCT while coming to terms with a physical challenge that has shaped her life.
KATIE: (Tribute to Katie Lee) USA- 10 min.
“Katie Lee speaks for the canyons and the sweet desert recesses. She is our foul-mouthed, lightning-eyed, boot-stomping balladeer, a character Louis L’Amour never could have invented. Born from the rock itself, she is a lifetime of experience on this wild, restless, cradling ground. If you want to know this place, you need to know Katie,” – Craig Childs, The Apocalyptic Planet, The Secret Knowledge of Water, etc.) From award-winning director of Damnation, Ben Knight, this 10 minute tribute to one of the most amazing adventurer/activists to ever grace the waters of the Glen Canyon will have you laughing, crying and longing for the good ol' days prior to man-made "advances". (Katie’s natural style is exhibited in all its glory in this film, and therefore contains adult language and archival nudity).